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How to know if my TV is mounted on the wall too high?

So my tv I have now is a 55 inch TCL 4K tv I have mounted to the wall. But I’m concerned the tv is mount too high up on the wall. The center of the TV is about 60 inches up from the floor. 

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Just now, Sol_NB said:

So my tv I have now is a 55 inch TCL 4K tv I have mounted to the wall. But I’m concerned the tv is mount too high up on the wall. The center of the TV is about 60 inches up from the floor. 

 

There are no rules or standards to this.

It depends on your furnitures or your preferred viewing angle.

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Yeah it's whatever is comfortable to you. In my living room I'm able to get the TV mounted to where its about centered on the wall. However in my bedroom, it needs to be high on the wall, so it's angled down so I can comfortably see it while laying in bed.

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5 minutes ago, Needfuldoer said:

Is it uncomfortable to look up at for an extended period of time?

I dont think so? honestly if it was lower it would be hard to see laying down in my bed. but sitting in my chair here I have to move my head up a bit. but it dosent exactly hurt

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My TV in the bedroom is about 1.5-1.75m off the ground, 43in tv, and is real comfortable laying in bed.

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On 6/14/2024 at 6:55 PM, Hinjima said:

There are no rules or standards to this.

It depends on your furnitures or your preferred viewing angle.

There are standards for theatrical viewing which say your eye level should be from halfway to 1/3 from the bottom of the screen.

 

But for a TV in your living room do whatever makes you happy.

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